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St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Samuel and Lisa Cera, 110 Neff Court, Canfield, girl, June 4. Edward and Janice

ROSTERS MVCA Jack Arvin Football Classic

HUBBARD -- The 16th Mahoning Valley Coaches Association all-star football game will be played

LORDSTOWN Council OKs tax break of 60% for new manufacturing plant

Trumbull commissioners are expected to vote on the agreement Wednesday. By DENISE DICK

Position: Owner, A & amp;W Restaurant, 680 Boardman-Canfield Road, Boardman, since 1974.

Position: Owner, A & amp;W Restaurant, 680 Boardman-Canfield Road, Boardman, since 1974.

CLASS B LEAGUE Watt fires three-hitter, fans 12

Marty Kanetsky went 3-for-3 to lead Sluggers. STRUTHERS -- Struthers High senior pitcher Pat Watt


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert D. Jones Jr., 26, of 1636 Country Club, Youngstown, and

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CORTLAND Mayor is against retaining law firm

A councilwoman says the law firm has done a good job and should be retained. By PEGGY SINKOVICH

COLUMBIANA CO. Former student charged in plot

No more arrests in the case are expected, officials said. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM

CHAMPION Trustees OK lights for street

Trustees raised fees for people who live outside the township who use Champion's paramedic services.

FORUM HEALTH STRIKE Nurses union to announce labor boycott

THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN YOUNGSTOWN -- Striking Forum Health registered nurses say they believe

Marcy-Alcantar wedding to be in Austinburg

GIRARD -- Anthony and Margaret Alcantar, 323 E. Prospect St., are announcing the engagement of their

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY Some advice to graduates for the journey ahead

If you were 18 again, standing on the high school steps, staring boldly at your future, what would

MECCA TWP. Ex-clerk begins jail term

It was delayed until his wife completed six months in an alternative program. WARREN -- A former

Truck found on fire

Truck found on fire HILLSVILLE, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police say a truck found burning in the

AUSTINTOWN Trustees will consider Rt. 46 rezoning request

Neighbors see business zoning as an encroachment. By PETER H. MILLIKEN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


XChaney High School January and June Classes of 1943 will hold their 58th reunion Aug. 18 at the

RECALLS Locks, cribs

RUGER GUN LOCKS What: About 1.2 million Ruger padlocks and 800,000 Ruger cable gun locks.

Miss Sutherland to be bride of Mr. Lucente

WEIRTON, W.Va. -- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sutherland of Weirton are announcing the engagement of the

YOUNGSTOWN McKelvey: I won't run against Traficant

Youngstown's mayor says he will continue working with the area's congressman. By DAVID SKOLNICK

Woman reports attack

Woman reports attack POLAND -- Village police are investigating a reported assault of a female

Bush should exert influence as leader of the Republicans

Opinion: During his campaign for president, candidate George W. Bush decried the partisanship that had

2 robbers steal money from news agency

YOUNGSTOWN -- An undetermined amount of cash is missing from a South Side newspaper distribution

WARREN Drug mail leads to jail

WARREN -- A California man is in Trumbull County Jail in connection with a package of

Audit of Struthers schools finds minor records lapse

STRUTHERS -- Struthers School District needs to tidy up its bookkeeping surrounding fund-raisers and

UNION TOWNSHIP Trustees to hire firm for issues with chief

Residents plan to circulate a petition to change Joe Lombardo's status from acting police chief to

HERMITAGE SCHOOLS Board selects a new principal

The board's choice didn't apply the first time around. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR SHARON BUREAU

Rewarding safety

Rewarding safety CAMPBELL -- Responsible bicycle riding can be lucrative for city children this

New name

New name The Midwestern Collegiate Conference is now the Horizon League. The change was announced

Police find janitor shot to death

YOUNGSTOWN -- A janitor was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head at noon Monday at his

MAHONING CO. Drug court chosen as mentor model by national group

The Mahoning County drug court was recently named one of three courts of its kind. By BOB JACKSON

Michele Stellato to be bride of Brian Vennetti

BOARDMAN -- Announcement is being made by Ralph and Peggy Stellato, 751 Tudor Lane, of the



UPTOWN Club owner denies report

The owner says the new club is a high-end restaurant. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER

Everyone must obey the nation's laws

Opinion: Everyone must obey the nation's laws EDITOR: This letter is about the recent findings of



"They're obviously testing our commitment. When we started, I said we had more paint than them --

"They're obviously testing our commitment. When we started, I said we had more paint than them --

Mercer Co. Children's Center gets new executive director

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- James A. Myhra has been named executive director of the Children's Center of

Booklet helps seniors navigate the Internet

Booklet helps seniors navigate the Internet "Getting CyberSavvy, A New User's Guide to Going

Police find weapons, squalor in Idaho home

Police find weapons, squalor in Idaho home SANDPOINT, Idaho -- Sheriff's deputies have recovered


Opinion: Washington Post: It is always tempting to proclaim grand trends in international politics: to see




AGENDA WEDNESDAY Bristol Board of Education, 6 p.m. work session to discuss negotiations and

Abstinence-plus the best message for kids

Opinion: Of course, abstinence is the ideal method for teen-agers to avoid pregnancy and sexually transmitted

POLICE BLOTTER Canfield city, Austintown

Summary of police activity: CANFIELD May 31 Criminal trespassing: A 59-year-old Niles woman

After discovery of report errors, school districts will receive aid

HARRISBURG -- Commodore Perry and Sharon City school districts will see a little something extra in

SHARON Bridge blast will be out of sight

The public will be kept at least 1,000 feet away and won't be able to see the bridge fall. By

Melanie Morgan to be bride of Guerin Senter

BOARDMAN -- Sally Dailey-Rees and David Rees of Boardman announce the engagement of their daughter,

NEW WILMINGTON Neighbors complain about noise, tenants

Residents wonder why the college doesn't do something about unruly students. MARY GRZEBIENIAK

Hubbard grant

Hubbard grant HUBBARD --The city has received a $9,057 federal grant, safety director Robert